by speed-up-mac.com How much do you know about your Mac? It depends on why you are using your computer. If you are not a computer geek, perhaps you don’t know much about your hard drive storage. But over time, after daily using the Mac, you may face the problem when “Your disk is almost full”. […]Read more "What are the best disk space analyzers?"
by Taylor Martin, CNET Take advantage of your router’s USB port with a little trick that lets you share a hard drive with anyone on your Wi-Fi network. Setting up a networked hard drive is a great way to access all your files from multiple computers. Maybe you want to share documents with coworkers without having […]Read more "Share a Hard Drive with Everyone on your Wi-Fi Network"
by CHRIS HOFFMAN Troubleshooting a Mac is different from troubleshooting a PC, but not that different. Here’s how to use your Mac’s built-in startup options to test your hardware, boot in safe mode, reinstall macOS, and perform other system tasks. To access one of these tools, you’ll first have to shut down or restart your Mac. […]Read more "Troubleshoot Your Mac With These Hidden Startup Options"
by TIM BUEL Here is a guide on how to create a bootable external Mac hard drive to run macOS from an external hard drive. There are quite a few reasons for why you may want to be able to have an additional startup drive for your Mac. One of the main reasons is backup of your […]Read more "How to Make a Bootable External Mac Hard Drive"
How to Display information on video files using “Videospec”.Read more "How to Display information on video files using “Videospec”"
November 24, 2011 By Beth Marchant, Studio Daily Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers and subscribers in the states, and a great big HELLO to everyone else around the globe reading my vlog today! This is far from an exhaustive list, but when you’re gathered round the table today, why not say a word of […]Read more "Top 7 Things Filmmakers Can Be Thankful for This Year"